This is how secularism operates in our country

published on September 24, 2013

No, Churches and mosques are exempt from government control. Only Hindu institutions including any school or feeding center come under government control, let alone temples which are being looted from inside and out by government appointed boards of management. In order to get rid of such strangle hold, Ramakrishna Mission, established by Swami Vivenkananda who was world renowned as ‘Hindu Monk’ , had to plead before the Calcutta High court that it is not a Hindu institute but of Ramakrishna cult.

It is wrong to say that non-Hindu entities do not have any money like temples. For instance WAKF Board of Andhra Pradesh,an Islamic institute that is free of government supervision,except for getting huge grants from same secular government that takes money from temple, has a budget greater than that of Pakistan !

That is how so called secularism which usually means separation of state from religion elsewhere, operates in India to the detriment of Hindu religious practices while promoting most obscurantist demands, awarding grants to non-Hindu institutions, often at the expense of Hindus themselves.

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